The Roses Design Awards

By The Drum, Administrator

October 20, 2006 | 2 min read

The Roses Design Awards are now in their sixth year. And, to celebrate, a record number of hopefuls packed into Manchester’s Palace Hotel to find out who had been been awarded the Gold, Silver and Bronze Awards.

The panel of judges, which was chaired by Richard Village of Fortune Street, consisted of Jamie Gladstone, Imagination; Marcello Mario Minale, Minale Tattersfield and Partners; freelance designer Simon Griffin; Clare Sheffield, Williams Murray Hamm; and Paul Dennis of 400 Communications.

Representing Scotland this year in the awards table were Stand, Teviot, D8, Laveron, Nord/ISO and Third Eye Design.

As well as winning a Gold for its Bethany Christian Trust Annual Report, Edinburgh-based Teviot was also awarded the top Grand Prix award for the report.

Stand also had a successful night winning two Golds (Tennent’s and Glasgow International) and two Silver awards (Hothouse and Tennent’s) as well as designer Emlyn Firth winning Young Designer of the Year.

Fellow Glasgow agency D8 also picked up two awards for the Six Cities Design Festival (Silver) and 7HINGS (Bronze), while Laveron was awarded a Gold for its Scottish Ballet work.

Meanwhile Third Eye Design won a Bronze for its Kshocolat packaging as did Nord/ISO for its Architecture Scotland exhibition at the Lighthouse.

Other winners on the night included The Chase, who won two Golds, one Silver and two Bronze awards as well as the Chairman’s prize for its Manchester Dogs’ Home and Like A River, who won one Gold, two Silvers and three Bronze awards as well as the Design Team of the Year prize.

For a full rundown of the results visit The Drum’s website and click on the ‘Events’ section from Monday 23rd October.

The Roses Design Awards was sponsored by LMDI, Hays Architecture, Midas, Mac People Digital Training, True Careers, B&W Studio, New Media Collective, Excel Publishing and Team Impression.


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